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I’m glad you asked about the win rate. Here’s the first match I lost to Saka—my first loss on a throne—and the final one:
If you compare those, it’s obvious that Saka’s software is better at winning than mine. (Screenshots come from my Japanese blog.) One of the neat things you can do with the journal is see the game’s progress:
The journal is nice to look at, but I didn’t realize until you mentioned it how much I was looking at the progress chart. But it’s interesting to note that Saka’s software did such a good job of influencing the throne that my winning rate in the later matches shifted radically.
It seems to me that the lower your winning rate, the more you’ll be influenced by the software.
That’s a pretty simple explanation, but it doesn’t directly answer why Saka’s software is so much better than yours. That question will have to wait for tomorrow, when we’ll discuss his software’s emphasis on winning.
We’ve learned a lot about the psychology of the game. In the five sections we’ve covered, we’ve touched on such topics as maximum work, establishing power, power patterns, gaming boundaries, and how to avoid the Noobs. Let’s recap a bit.
Maximizing any game, especially one like Go, is a delicate balancing act. Two players can play in different styles and have similar winning rates, yet the first player to complete will be the better. But we know that more work in the early game is useful, and that it’s better to begin a game with a higher win rate.
Saka is undoubtedly better at Go than I am. That’s obvious, and that’s why I’m thrilled that he’s decided to share his software with me. But it’s not enough for me to hope that my software will be better. I have